Body of missing airport security guard found on Phoenix tarmac

The body of 33-year-old Manji Hadi Aiyer was found on the tarmac of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport on Sunday. Aiyer was one of two passengers who had been waiting to board a Delta Air Lines flight at the time of his death. The crash was an apparent suicide, and no foul play is suspected.

Aiyer was traveling to Cleveland and was last seen wearing a security clearance badge at the Phoenix airport. The badge is issued to federal employees that work at the airport, and as a security guard in the Federal Protective Service, Aiyer carried the badge on his person at all times. His mother had originally reported her son missing after he didn’t return home on Friday, but later confirmed that he had jumped out of the plane. Aiyer was in his first year of a four-year program to become a federal probation officer, and had applied for his badge before this year.

“He’s been to his job, and he hasn’t shown up for work ever. His last thing he said to his family was, ‘Let’s send these things back to him for the first time, so he can fill them out when he comes to work next week,’” the missing persons report on Aiyer’s Facebook page says. “‘I know people do this all the time, but it’s not fair.’”

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